Triana Hernandez

Culture

meet the young indigenous activist decolonising environmentalism to save the planet

As we face a climate crisis, Indigenous environmental activists like Jamie Graham-Blair are highlighting how traditional custodians have always protected country.
Triana Hernandez
7.29.19
Music

sevdaliza needs music and music needed sevdaliza

The self-taught Iranian-Dutch talent on the importance of following your destiny.
Triana Hernandez
1.18.18
Music

sydney’s yung brujo is djing for cultural survival

Latin, British, fragmented, and political — Yung Brujo creates dancefloors that speak to multiculturalism.
Triana Hernandez
12.18.17
Music

25 years of chapter music: a chat and a cuppa with ben and guy

For 25 years, Guy Blackman and Ben O’Connor have worked to create a "beautiful, healthy, expressive music scene."
Triana Hernandez
12.15.17
Australia

kardajala kirridarra’s ambient electronica champions aboriginal women

With references including thunderstorms, Bjork, indigenous languages and the role of women in Aboriginal communities, the group are knitting together past, present and future.
Triana Hernandez
6.21.17
Music

kojey radical is keeping poetry alive through rap

We caught up with the rising London star about politics and poetry — because what else are you going to talk about in 2017?
Triana Hernandez
6.8.17
Australia

musician nkechi anele is putting biracial experience front and centre through art

The polymath is taking conversations about race and identity offline and into the real world.
Triana Hernandez
5.30.17
Think Pieces

young, proud and aboriginal: exploring activism and allies in 2017

"Aboriginal people are sick of being talked about — in parliament, in schooling systems, everywhere. We want to be talked to, we want to be part of the discussion, we have so much to say and we have been silenced for so long."
Triana Hernandez
4.26.17
Rap

introducing miss blanks: the brisbane rapper here to empower the trans community

She’s part of the new generation of Australian rappers reclaiming hip hop as a political weapon, a megaphone amplifying racial and gender diversity.
Triana Hernandez
2.23.17
punk

introducing serwah attafuah

DISPOSSESSED’s guitarist on using punk to champion Indigenous, queer and black voices.
Triana Hernandez
2.2.17